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pocket snail there is also a sub-type of the grove snail called the "pocket snail"; although there is only one, owned by ______, it is very similar to the grove snail, but is a lot more smarter and knowledgeable of its surroundings, they tend to live inside of pockets where there is little sunlight and feed upon bacteria in cotton, wool or polyester.

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